The Expression of Millettia pinnata Chalcone Isomerase in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Salt-Sensitive Mutants Enhances Salt-Tolerance

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Wang, Hui; Hu, Tangjin; Huang, Jianzi; Lu, Xiang; Huang, Baiqu; Zheng, Yizhi;
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
  • Journal: International Journal of Molecular Sciences,volume 14,issue 5,pages8,775-8,786 (issn: 1422-0067, eissn: 1422-0067)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/ijms14058775, pmc: PMC3676755
  • Subject: Millettia pinnata | salt-tolerance | Chemistry | <i>Millettia pinnata</i> | QD1-999 | chalcone isomerase | flavonoid | <i> </i>flavonoid | Article | Biology (General) | QH301-705.5

The present study demonstrates a new Millettia pinnata chalcone isomerase (MpCHI) whose transcription level in leaf was confirmed to be enhanced after being treated by seawater or NaCl (500 mM) via transcriptome sequencing and Real-Time Quantitative Reverse Transcriptio... View more
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